Acceptance of Degree/Legal Authority
The UofB operates as a private non-traditional degree granting
institution. Our students/graduates are among the highest caliber
and most effective individuals you will find anywhere. They, and
their UofB degrees, are equal to their counterparts anywhere in
As the UofB is international in scope, our graduates may be found
in any state, province or country functioning in many aspects
of education, research, human development, business, government
and health care.
In the spring of 1995, the UofB, in conjunction with a Japanese
legal firm, opened a campus in Tokyo. Our Tokyo office offers
only instruction in the field of business. We at the UofB (USA)
and the UofB (Japan) had to undergo the closest scrutiny by the
Japanese Government. The result? After extensive investigation,
our school was granted full approval by the government to advertise
and conduct business. Also, as a prerequisite, our MBA program
materials (offered via correspondence) had to be fully approved
by the Japanese government.
The UofB has had only positive comments from graduates who have
sought and attained positions with their degrees. As mentioned,
most employers are concerned with you and not a piece of paper...regardless
of where it comes from. To date, our graduates have never been
"looked down upon" or discriminated against because
of the non-traditional nature of their degree.
The directors of the UofB are, by charter, fully authorized to
conduct our educational and charitable activities for the purposes
of which our Church and School were founded. The UofB awards its
degrees after evaluation/instruction has taken place, a s per
authority of the directors of our corporation and church. Our
"Non-traditional" degrees issued only after instruction/evaluation
has taken place are hereby legal degrees and are equal to any
similar non-traditional degree issued anywhere in the world.